Thursday, June 30, 2011

Fort Calhoun, Nebraska- update

UPDATED July 1, 2011

From IranContraScumDid911:

Is the Army Corps of Engineers purposely mismanaging the Missouri River flooding, and possibly enhancing it through HAARP and other weather modification programs?  From Twelfth Bough:
Mismanage giant water system + use weather modification to overfill giant water system = flooding of biblical proportions. Flooding of biblical proportions justifies opening levees and resulting in destruction of farmland. Government buys up now useless farmland. Win win win win.

Land grabbing. Grab the land ==> control the food and water. Control the food and water ==> control the people. All that's needed is a JUSTIFICATION to grab the land in the first place. CONVENIENTLY, that has been arranged, thanks to Mother Nature (wink wink wink).
UPDATE: Stephen Lendman today makes the case that nuclear power is inherently unsafe, in any form, which I find quite convincing, considering the total lack of consideration the criminal U.S. government has for the well-being of the people here. Also, Joe Herring has an excellent article surmising whether or not the Missouri River flood of 2011 is a result of purposeful action taken and policies implemented by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

And then there's this from Deborah Dupre:
Neglected farmers taking matters in their own hands?

An investigation is underway in attempt to determine who used explosives to blow up levees upriver and east of Fort Calhoun Nuclear Station around 10:00 Friday morning. In the rich farmland where families still depend on crops for a living and American families depend on those crops for their dinner table, officials report there has been "no damage" to the area, assuring that they had nothing to do with these levee explosions according to KETV News in Omaha, Nebraska.

Farmers have been increasingly disgruntled with the way officials are managing the epic flooding. The levee explosions come less than a week after "workers" punctured the aqua-dam, recently erected to help protect the nuclear station from rising waters, sending thousands of tons of flood waters into the nuclear plant area.

"We had nothing to do with it," stated Matt Wilber, the Pottawattamie County Attorney who is overseeing the county response to flooding.

"Someone went in and basically breached that levee, blew it up," Wilber told reporters for KETV.

"So, the water that was pooling there is now basically flowing back down."

County officials reported that a half-mile stretch of Vanmann #30 levee near Desoto Bend was mechanically excavated and then lowered by using explosives Friday morning but they did not know who was responsible according to KETV News.

People in the Fort Calhoun area heard explosions and then realized the levees were being exploded. They phoned Emergency Management Coordinator Jeff Theulen on Friday morning, wanting to know why levees were being blown up.

"One caller claimed to have witnessed the explosion." reports KETV.

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